Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes has once again topped the creativity chart in the Premier League.
Bruno was part of the United team that went down to Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon but the Portuguese were the player who completed the most passes in their opposition’s half in week two of the Premier League.
The 26-year-old who joined United in January to help them to a third position has featured in a total of 23 matches in all competitions for United and has been directly involved in a stunning 20 goals.
The Premier League had given United a rest in the first week together with Man City following their participation in Europe lasts season but the former found the going tough in what manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blamed on the lack of proper preseason preps.
Palace goals were scored by Andros Townsend and a brace from Wilfried Zaha with United’s consolation coming from debutant Van de Beek.
In the list, Arsenal’s Granit Xhaka came second in the list after managing 58 passes against West Ham; Dani Ceballos and Thiago being the other players whose creativities helped their teams in the week.
📊 Most completed passes in the opposition half in a PL game this season— Sky Sports Statto (@SkySportsStatto) September 20, 2020
64 Bruno Fernandes, v Crystal Palace (90 mins played)
58 Granit Xhaka v West Ham (90)
56 Dani Ceballos v West Ham (90)
56 THIAGO v Chelsea (45) pic.twitter.com/fx5dkNk9VK